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Carcassonne, Fortifications Françaises


Published 1972


Explains that La Cite de Carcassonne in Southern France is considered to be the finest existing example of a medieval fortress. Examines this ancient structure along with the traditions and problems of the surrounding community, as the town tries to take on the new world and still retain the old. Versions were made for both elementary and advanced students. An English version, Carcassonne: a French Fortress, was distributed in 1972.


Run time 15:01
Producer Ernest Kleinberg Films
Production Company Ernest Kleinberg Films
Sponsor Kathy Bouvier
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language French

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